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Femme and CC- Crisco for me is more of a pressing cream. In my research, I found that Crisco boils at 425 degrees, so one should use the iron at a lower setting. So in that sense, its a 'heat protectant'- if ya get my drift. I had no sizzling or burnt hair or smell. It will be a part of my pressing regie for the Winter.
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Originally posted by luvmybiga$$fro luvmybiga$$fro wrote:

Femme and CC- Crisco for me is more of a pressing cream. In my research, I found that Crisco boils at 425 degrees, so one should use the iron at a lower setting. So in that sense, its a 'heat protectant'- if ya get my drift. I had no sizzling or burnt hair or smell. It will be a part of my pressing regie for the Winter.


Hmmm... Crisco.
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Originally posted by AmberColour AmberColour wrote:

@Aerie
I'll just be mad if I can't achieveee this
I still wanna have a kinky fro.Big smile
Oh I hear you. Hopefully we both reach our goals and can refrain from a chemical treatment. :)
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425 degrees eh? Good to know. 
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I JUST GOT A QUESTION WHAT IS THE BEST SPRAY FOR TWIST AND BRAIDS?
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Originally posted by Tangala0810 Tangala0810 wrote:

I JUST GOT A QUESTION WHAT IS THE BEST SPRAY FOR TWIST AND BRAIDS?

 
 
I use olive oil sheen spray by organics for my twists and braids...
     thank you very much for the advice!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Aerie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 05 2012 at 2:12pm
I did my first rough attempt at a braids out with gel. I figured might as well try and make the ecostyler gel useful. I did tow massive sloppy braids, slept on them, then took them out hours later in the day. 
It turned out pretty well considering. 
I'm trying it again today, but just sloppy ones. I'll try a legitimate twist/braid out another day.
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@Aerie,
I am pretty sure I will texlax.
I'm at the point in my life where I can't set aside 3 hours everytime I detangle/wash/ect.
I love my natural hair; It just takes way too long for me to achieve the styles I want.
Small 2 strand twists take me hours, like 6 hours.Dead
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^How long is your hair? It gets easier as you gain length.Hug
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I just wondering,can kinky twist last for 3 months? If so how? How should I take care of my kinky twist daily? Which sprays are the best? How to wash my kinky twist?
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